President Obama has a plethora of czars and advisers, and appears almost daily on television reminding the nation that he is commander in chief.
No doubt Secretary of State John F. Kerry has forgotten his memories of Vietnam, but I have not (Commentary, “Playing a president on TV,” Web, Sept. 12).
In the editorial “A 51st-state fantasy” (Web, Sept. 11), The Washington Times’ editors conclude that “Statehood for the District of Columbia is an idea whose time has not come, and never will.”
Luke Coffey’s op-ed column (“U.S. must help usher Macedonia into NATO over Greek objections,” Web, Sept. 1) is, to borrow his word, “absurd.” First, Mr. Coffey’s account of ancient history is inaccurate.
The Washington Times editorial “Boycotting the boycotts” (Web, Sept. 5) about the “Stop Staples” movement is incorrect from start to finish. Our campaign against a no-bid deal that established “postal” counters in Staples stores continues to gather support.